Commodity trader improves deals with Attunity

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Commodity trader improves deals with Attunity

Antony Savvas

Commodity trader Balli Group has implemented Attunity’s InFocus system to help improve the overall profitability of deals.

Trading in commodities such as steel, which Balli specialises in, demands up-to-the minute information and having a clear and effective method of acting upon the variables that can affect trade profitability.

David Spriddell, Balli group finance director, said, “We are using Attunity InFocus as a platform to innovate our organisation by providing us with the capability to track, monitor, assess and most importantly take action and follow up on information in real-time, subsequently improving the profitability of our business.”

The new solution, implemented at Balli’s London site, has been integrated with the firm’s existing trading and operational systems. 

 


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